First, I'm very new to Hackintosh and this site. Apologies is this post was inappropriate.
I've been trying to find the ways to build a powerful computer (well, I've eventually reached to the conclusion that I want MacOS on it).
But I have never built one by myself and I'm afraid that...
Hi everyone! This is going to be the first computer/Hackintosh that I will be building, so I just wanted to get feedback from the Hackintosh community.
I have already visited and read up on all the compatible components from this site, and this is what I've come up with.
However, while I was...
I have a build mac with Sierra, and want to improve performance for video rendering. But I can't make a decision on what's the best option between changing my GPU, or changing CPU+Mobo.
This is my actual computer details:
Intel Core i7-3770 3.4GHz
Mobo GA Z77-DS3H
GPU NVIDIA gtx...
Hi guys, I am planning to build a Hackintosh. If I use the Gigabyte Z-170N WiFi Motherboard, do I have to replace the integrated WiFi Chip with a Broadcom or can I use the integrated one?
I was wondering if my current parts list is compatible with either OS X El Capitan or macOS Sierra. Either one is fine, but I would prefer to go with whichever one is simpler to configure.
Intel - Core i7-4790 3.6GHz Quad-Core Processor
ASRock - H97 Anniversary ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
So my plan for a hackintosh is to try and build when with a very low budget. I've found two old PCs on craigslist and ill share the specs with you.
Dell Optiplex 745SFF tower
Intel Pentium D @ 3.40GHz. Dual Core
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1 with all updates
160GB hard drive
4 GB ram
Was looking at buying a NUC kit with 6th Gen i5-6260U and was wondering what level of compatibility I would have in terms of OS and Bluetooth (wifi isn't a necessity) and if I would have to buy specific RAM and other components to ensure compatibility.
(First of all, I don't speak very well English I hope you can understand me)
Thanks to all
I have an older preassemblate pc and I want trying to install macOS Sierra (10.12.2)
It's my build compatible?
You can find it here for more details (or read below the specifications...
I want to replace my current PC with a hackintosh, for which I'll be buying most of the parts, I only have the SSD for the build currently (Samsung 840 EVO 250GB).
The machine wouldn't be used for gaming by any means, but will be used for web development, as well as the usual office + web...
I want to build a Hackintosh/Win10 dual boot for the first time. I live in Switzerland and have already researched some hardware components that I want to use for my build. It would be very nice of you if you could check if I am using the right components and if they will be working. I...
Im planning to assemble a new hackintosh machine.
my main purpose is for infotainment!
I may work with(video editing,photo editing)after effects,sony vegas pro,premier pro,photoshop,final cut pro x etc
And which version of os-x should i install.
Basically I'm a movie lover so i would...
I'm a software developer and my wife is a photographer, so this build will primarily service those requirements, but it will also handle some gaming (secondary).
It will be a triple 1080p monitor setup (possibly triple 1440p later on) and I'll be looking to run at least one virtual machine and...
Hey! Total noob here...
I am thinking about assembling my own system.
Below is my current build.
Processor : Intel i5-6600k
MotherBoard : Asus Z170 Pro Gaming
Ram : Corsair Vengeance 16GB 2400Mhz(CMK16GX4M2A2400C16R)
I'm new here. I have always wanted to try OS X as a daily driver and tried it once on my old AMD system (failed miserably) and now here I am with an Intel Core i3 4130, 8GB RAM, GTX 750Ti and ASRock B85-HDS motherboard and I want to know whether my system will work fine with El...
Hi guys, I'm back its been a long time since my last build. I have a Macbook air, I like to have a desktop because I mainly use it for school and is not very powerful.
I want to build something small the two small MB are
Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 mini-ITX
ill be gaming...
nearly 3 years ago I build my first setup, wich was very fine and since then I upgraded some parts of it.
So now, I would like to upgrade the oldest parts and build me a hackintosh :lol:.
Here are my current parts:
CPU: AMD FX-4170
Hi friendly community. I have a simple and probably stupid sounding question to some of you out there: does it really matter what brand or style of RAM I buy for my hack as long as it's the same type as the recommended? I'm looking to build the socket 2011 pro and I found some RAM that's not on...